- vt. 引诱；怂恿；勾引
- vt. 诱奸，勾引 persuade (usually sb young and without sexual experience) to have sex with one
- vt. 诱骗；唆使 cause or persuade sb to do sth wrong by making it seem attractive
induce to have sex;
"Harry finally seduced Sally"
"Did you score last night?"
"Harry made Sally"
lure or entice away from duty, principles, or proper conduct;
"She was seduced by the temptation of easy money and started to work in a massage parlor"
- She uses her physical attractiveness to seduce an assortment of males.
- The warm weather seduced me away from my studies.
- He was seduced into leaving the company by the offer of higher pay elsewhere.
- He was seduced from his duty.
- He's trying to seduce his secretary.
- He seduced her into an affair that had tragic consequences for both of them.
- The promise of huge profits seduced him into parting with his money.
To seduce the representatives from their duty to their constituents.出自： H. P. Brougham
He tried to seduce Caesar's garrison, and was put to death for his treachery.出自： J. A. Froude
- seduce是及物动词，可接名词或代词作宾语，宾语后常接“into n./v -ing”结构。
- seduce, allure, decoy, entice, inveigle, lure, tempt